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Kate David and Mike Stafford have joined the firm’s public law team as partners in its real estate, development and construction group in Houston.
In order to remove a child from a biological parent, social workers must get a court order from a judge, said Sara DePasquale, assistant professor of public law and government at the University of North Carolina.
For First Responders Day, men and women serving in various public law enforcement, firefighters, EMS and other emergency services agencies in the Houston Metropolitan Area are granted free admission into HLSR.
Still, residents can feel overwhelmed by a sudden increase in security, which is not always confined to public law enforcement.
The college, ranked among the top 50 public law schools in the nation, is widely acclaimed for its affordability, employment outcomes and specialty programs, according to the university.
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